Photographer's Note

I have already presented several photos from Newcastle upon Tyne (click here to see them). The city is located, as the name indicates, north of River Tyne and this location near the river obviously is a great opportunity for blue hour photography. Moreover the highlights of Newcastle are its fantastic bridges. Each of them is unique and each is worth of separate presentation. Tonight luckily I had a chance to be there at the blue hour. There are two POVs which are exceptional. I have tried one of them already although with a point-and-shoot-camera (click here to see it), and I always wanted to try this one here.
There are several bridges glued in this view together. You can probably only distinguish two of them both having oval arches. The closes one which you can spot here is the Millenium Bridge. The further arch belongs to the Tyne Bridge The design of the Tyne Bride (1928) was an inspiration for the famous Harbour Bridge (1932) in Sydney. It was designed and build by the same company from Middlesbrough in North East England. The modern oval structure left from the river The Sage Gateshead, is the music and arts centre.

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 7503 W: 106 N: 19644] (75197)
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